Lexicographical Neighbors of Myalism
Literary usage of Myalism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Moravian Church Miscellany (1853)
"myalism professes to be able to point out the place, where *ny Obeah charm lies ... With myalism, a dance is always connected, and a mystic ring formed, ..."
2. Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law by Society of Comparative Legislation, London (1899)
"Clauses are added for the suppression of obeah literature and for searching for things used in connection with the prohibited craft. " myalism " seems to be ..."
3. The Wesleyan-Methodist Missions, in Jamaica and Honduras, Delineated by Peter Samuel (1850)
"It cheers us that, by the popular delusion of myalism, rife in the country parts ... This myalism is a species of Obeah, a pernicious African superstition, ..."